Politics matter because people matter, and regardless of who's in charge, politics always creates victims. So what do we do in-between elections? We will follow Jesus.
Sermon Tag: <span>Matthew</span>
How do we treat our ‘ideological’ enemies? We love them, just like Jesus said. Check out this different approach to people who think/see/vote differently than you.
FOMO (fear of missing out) is a thing you may have heard of. It's actually quite a powerful force in our lives. Jesus knew that, so he taught us how to avoid it and find life instead.
Even John the Baptist almost missed out on Jesus...make sure you don't!
Something invisible is changing our world temporarily, and we all feel it. But something invisible happened behind the very visible death of Christ 2000 years ago that changed the world forever. Hear more as we remember Christ’s death on this special Good Friday service.
We may not call it grief, but it’s what we all experience whenever we go through change that we perceive as negative…and we’re all doing that through this coronavirus health crisis. So check out this helpful and hopeful service devoted to this theme. The Harvard Business Review article that was mentioned can be read right...
We're all in the midst of something that is new for everyone. What do we need most at such a time as this?
God wants you this year, all of you. But what does that mean, and more specifically, what could it mean for you to give yourself to God this year?
God so loved the world that he invested everything in it. How are we called to invest ourselves for him?
Is yours a vacation mindset, or a war zone mindset? It's an important question that the Lord's Prayer raises. Check it out here!